Katie Bohnett came to Tallahassee from Colorado Springs in 2002 to attend Florida State University, and aside from some temporary work relocations, she is proud to call it home. After a successful role in Charlie Crist's 2006 Gubernatorial campaign at 21, she became his youngest Director and Senior Staff member. Sixteen years later, she has held many positions in Republican, Democratic, and Independent campaigns, including Linda McMahon for U.S. Senate in 2012 and Congressman Charlie Crist's successful 2016 run. She has experience in state government, campaign management, development, and
association management and is currently the Florida State Organizer for REFORM Alliance, a national criminal justice reform organization. She joined the League of Women Voters in 2018 and joined the Board in April of the same year. In June of that year, she was also a voting delegate at the 2020 LWV National Convention and plans to attend in person at the 2022 Convention. She just finished her second term on the Board of the League of Women Voters of Tallahassee and is proud to serve as the Vice President for the 2022-2023 term.
Katie looks forward to continuing the League's success in our most fundamental purpose of "empowering voters and defending democracy" this election year.